In Pallekele on Monday, India defeated Nepal by 10 wickets thanks to thunderous performances from Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill. India completed the amended 145-run target in 20.1 overs thanks to the unbeaten returns of both batters: Gill scored 67(62) and Rohit scored 74(59). After over two hours of showtime being lost to rain, the match was shortened to 23 overs. India also advances to the Super 4 round thanks to this. After being asked to bat first, Nepal put in a heroic effort, scoring 230 runs until they ran out of wickets in 48.2 overs. India’s mistakes on the pitch, where they missed numerous opportunities and gave Nepal the chance to profit, made their problems worse.Along with the catches, India also dropped a lot of simple fielding chances. Before Shardul Thakur dismissed Kushal Bhurtel for 38(25), he and Aasif Sheikh had added 65 runs to the score for the first wicket. Ravindra Jadeja joined the party shortly after being fired and spearheaded India’s resurgence. Mohammed Siraj added three more wickets to Jadeja’s haul of three. As the first player from Nepal to score a half-century against India, Aasif emerged as the camp’s star batter. Before falling out to Siraj in the 30th over, the opener had scored 58 (97). Before being bowled out by Mohammad Shami in the 47th over, Sompal Kami added 48(56) to Nepal’s total and demonstrated strong intent.